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Suesey Street Restaurant
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Suesey Street Restaurant is conveniently located at the gateway to the Georgian mile, where Fitzwilliam Place meets Leeson Street, in Dublin 2.

Suesey Street Restaurant is conveniently located at the gateway to the Georgian mile, where Fitzwilliam Place meets Leeson Street, in Dublin 2. Serving classic French cuisine in an elegant and welcoming setting, Brasserie Le Pont has carved a niche for itself in the market as an exciting, vibrant and popular place to dine - a fuss free restaurant that in no way compromises on taste. Come and unwind with a casual drink at our comfortable wine bar or alternatively our heated outside terrace.

In addition you can enjoy delicious meals in one of our main or private dining rooms or should you prefer one of our cosy booths. Our warm and friendly staff are dedicated to enhancing your dining experience leaving you to simply relax, soak up the vibrant brasserie atmosphere and enjoy the mouth watering cuisine.

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26 Fitzwilliam Pl, Dublin, D02 T292, Ireland
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